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Spare Parts for x-fi platinum (connector cable for i/o box)

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Hi, I have a Soundblaster x-fi with a i/o box that fits into a drivebay in the computer. The i/o box is connected to the card with a flat cable, looking like an ide cable, which it isn't. I accidentally destroyed the cable. Does anybody have any idea, what kind of cable it is? I suspect that it is non-standard and only for connecting creative labs soundcards with creative i/o boxes. Can anyone confirm this?

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you can contact them with your problem; maybe they can provide you a new cable, or mail the layout :
http://us.creative.com/support/custsup/
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